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Grand Rapids Griffins Win Calder Cup! 5-2 win in game 6

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Good for them. I don't follow the team like others here, but I'm glad we have some winning prospects who will use this experience at the NHL level.

I hope Tatar is finally "overripe" and can play for the big team.

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Congrats to the GR Griffins and their first Calder Cup!! The next generation of Red Wings is looking pretty good :cheesy:

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Great game. Fantastic for all the Wings prospects to go through this. We'll be better off in the future because of it.

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Good for them. I don't follow the team like others here, but I'm glad we have some winning prospects who will use this experience at the NHL level.

I hope Tatar is finally "overripe" and can play for the big team.

He had 16 goals in the playoffs.

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Well that helps the sting of the Wings losing to the Hawks.

Congrats to the Griffins! Congrats to much who will probably get some minutes in Detroit this coming season!

Congrats to Blashill, you're probably on your way to coaching an NHL club. Feel free to come back to GR for a few more seasons ;)

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Rumor has it that Blashill will interview for the Stars' opening.

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He had 16 goals in the playoffs.

I don't know... I'm still not sure whether or not he's ready for a 3rd/4th line role on the Wings.

He may not even be ready to sit in the press box game after game after game until he qualifies for a conditioning stint in GR... :ninja:

It's a lot of responsibility people. Show some respect to the opportunity. :tounge:

Rumor has it that Blashill will interview for the Stars' opening.

Oh please tell me that's a joke. Good Grief... They finally get GR on the same page and now one of the people in charge (Nill) goes to Dallas and will try to steal away the coach (Blashill) too? F'n Dallas...

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I wonder what centcougar thinks about the Wings prospects now....

I wonder qhat he thinks about the wild getting slaughtered in 5 games against the Hawks and the Wings almost beating them and going 7. Wild are bushleague. Wings' future looks bright

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I wonder qhat he thinks about the wild getting slaughtered in 5 games against the Hawks and the Wings almost beating them and going 7. Wild are bushleague. Wings' future looks bright

Griffs also beat the WIld's farm team in the first round.

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I wonder what centcougar thinks about the Wings prospects now....

He appears to have (unsurprisingly) gone entirely MIA from hockey forums after the Wild were eliminated. I did, however, locate one of his essays in the course of my search. It is an unengaging and highly banal piece, one written by an author who is clearly a less gifted writer than he believes himself to be. I give it a C-.

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I have some pretty high hopes for GR with the arrival of Calle Jarnkrok for next year. And hopefully a full-time (no scratches ever) role for Teemu Pulkkinen.

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Congratulations to Griffins! I'm so disappointed that I didn't have time to watch Calder Cup finals even on torrents. Hope some of the guys will get Stanley Cup soon for the Wings!

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